Educator Amanda Wells reflects on career

Amanda Wells, a teacher for Fort Payne High School, poses in front of the periodic table.

When a teacher remains at their post for several years, they become a pillar of the school in a sense. Teaching year after year, leaving an influence on any number of students. Seeing students grow and change as they graduate and move on in their lives time and time again. Amanda Wells of Fort Payne High School is one of these pillars.

Wells started teaching in the fall of 2007 but her roots in Fort Payne go deeper than just a career choice. 

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